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Operation wealth creation

Vision of OWC

A socially and economically transformed Ugandan society

Mission of OWC

Improvement of household incomes for poverty eradication, wealth creation and overall prosperity of Ugandans through facilitation of sustainable commercial agricultural production

Overall Goal

Enhancing household participation in commercial agricultural production through community mobilization, equitable and timely distribution of agricultural inputs, and facilitation of agricultural production chains

Center of Gravity for OWC

The “Centre of Gravity” (COG) for OWC is mobilization of the masses to engage in commercial activities. The responsiveness of the target population to the strategic objective of the President, that is national socio-economic transformation, will determine the success of the programme.

Objectives of OWC

The overall objective of OWC is to create a system that facilitates effective national socio- economic transformation with a focus on raising household incomes for poverty eradication and sustainable wealth creation.

in kaliro the programme runs in all the 11 sub counties and the 1 town council.

they mainly provide planting materials to farmers seasonally.

 In Kaliro District the program runs in all the 11 sub countis and 1 Town Council. In order to strengthen and improve the performance of the program, the District recruited two per Sub county that is to say 1 assistant agriculture Officer and 1 assistant Vetirinary Officer.

These have helped in providing advisory services to farmers in thier respective Sub counties.

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  NAADS SECRETARIAT /OPERATION WELATH CREATION
  SUMMARY REPORT ON AGRICULTURAL INPUTS DELIVERED AND DISTRIBUTED
  PERIOD : FY 2016/17          Season:Aug/Sept/Nov 2016
  District: Kaliro            
S/N Commodity/Enteprise Planned Quantities  (Kgs/tons/ Number) Actual Quantities Delivered by supplier (s) Number of Beneficiary farmers Number of Beneficiary Sub-Counties Number of beneficiary Parishes Estimated Acreage per commodity (where applicable)
  1. Seeds:
1 Maize 10,575 kgs 10,575 kgs 998 12 65 1,050
2 Beans 6,086 kgs 6,086 kgs 600 12 65 201
3 Ground nuts 2000kgs 0        
4 Rice 10,000 kgs 0        
  2. Seedlings/Planting materials:
1 Mangoes 120,000 seedlings 0        
2 Oranges 114,755 seedlings 114,755 seedlings 1,253 12 65 950
3 Cassava 800 bags 800 bags 260 12 65 100
4 Coffee 228,843 seedlings 228,843 seedlings 580 12 65 500
5 Banana  100,000 plantlets 0        
6 Pineeapples 0 0        
  3. Support Inputs:
1 Fish Feeds 50,000 kgs 0        
2 Orias fungicide 500 litres 0        
3 Cobbox Fungicide 500 kgs 0        
4 AI Kit 0 0        
5 Motorised Spry Pumps 6 0        
6 Rocket Insecticides 500 litres 0        
7 DAP Fertilizers 100 bags 0        
8 UREA Fertilizers 100 bags 0        
9 NPK Fertilizers 100 bags 0        
  4. Agroforestry:
1 Eucalyptus 5000 seedlings 0        
2 Pine Seedlings 5000 seedlings 0        
  5. Livestock: 
1 Heifers 35 0        
2 Chicken 5000 Layers 0        
3 Piglets 72 0        
4 Fish fry 120,000 fry 0        
  6. Value Addition Equipment:
10 Maize mill 0 0        
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  7. A brief description of: 
               
i Challenges:             
               
  There was a prolonged draught which affected the performance of all crops        
               
ii Lessons learnt            
               
  Lack of accurate data on the weather patterns can be disastrous to crop farming especially in the absence of irrigation facilities    
               
iii Recommendations            
               
  Small scale irrigation should be upscaled as a matter of urgency.        
               
  Prepared by       Accounting Officer  
               
  Signature : ……………………………………………………   Signature : …………………………………………………
               
  Name: Sajja Samuel       Name: Kizito Mukasa Fred  
               
  Title: District Production and Marketing Officer     Title: Chief Administrative Officer  

NAADS SECRETARIAT /OPERATION WELATH CREATION
SUMMARY REPORT ON AGRICULTURAL INPUTS DELIVERED AND DISTRIBUTED
PERIOD : FY 2016/17          Season:March/April/ June 2017
District: Kaliro            
Commodity/Enteprise Planned Quantities  (Kgs/tons/ Number) Actual Quantities Delivered by supplier (s) Number of Beneficiary farmers Number of Beneficiary Sub-Counties Number of beneficiary Parishes Estimated Acreage per commodity (where applicable)
1. Seeds:
Maize 35,000 kgs 25,970 kgs 2,500 12 65 2597 acres
Beans 30,000 kgs 22,592 kgs 2,200 12 65 750 acres
Ground nuts 2000kgs 0        
Rice 10,000 kgs 0        
2. Seedlings/Planting materials:
Mangoes 120,000 seedlings 120,000 seedlings 2,354 12 65 1900 acres
Oranges 120,000 seedlings 85,395 seedlings 710 12 65 690 acres
Cassava 3000 bags 2352 bags 780 12 65 294 acres
Coffee 640,000 seedlings 331,907 seedlings 810 12 65 690 acres
Banana  100,000 plantlets 0        
Pineeapples 0 0        
3. Support Inputs:
Fish Feeds 50,000 kgs 4726 kgs 37 5 5  
Orias fungicide 500 litres 0        
 Fungicides 500 kgs 16 kgs 80 12 65  
AI Kit 0 0        
Motorised Spry Pumps 6 0        
Rocket Insecticides 500 litres 0        
DAP Fertilizers 100 bags 0        
UREA Fertilizers 100 bags 0        
NPK Fertilizers 100 bags 0        
4. Agroforestry:
Eucalyptus 5000 seedlings 0        
Pine Seedlings 5000 seedlings 0        
5. Livestock: 
Heifers 35 17 17 12 17  
Chicken 5000 Layers 0        
Piglets 72 0        
Fish fry 120,000 fry 104,990 fry 37 5 5  
6. Value Addition Equipment:
Maize mill 0 0        
 
7. A brief description of: 
             
Challenges:             
             
The fall armyworm was areal menace on cereals during the season        
             
Lessons learnt            
             
Lack of s functioning early warning system can be lethal to a ccountry.        
             
Recommendations            
             
Government should strive to put in place an efficient and functioning early warning system so that such calamities as strange pests and diseases can be detected early.
             
Prepared by       Accounting Officer    
             
Signature : ……………………………………………………   Signature : …………………………………………………
             
Name: Sajja Samuel       Name: Kizito Mukasa Fred  
             
Title: District Production and Marketing Officer     Title: Chief Administrative Officer  

 

NAADS SECRETARIAT /OPERATION WELATH CREATION        
SUMMARY REPORT ON AGRICULTURAL INPUTS DELIVERED AND DISTRIBUTED        
PERIOD : FY 2017/18         SeasonB:July/December 2017        
District: Kaliro                  
Commodity/Enteprise Planned Quantities  (Kgs/tons/ Number) Actual Quantities Delivered by supplier (s) Number of Beneficiary farmers Number of Beneficiary Sub-Counties Number of beneficiary Parishes Estimated Acreage per commodity (where applicable)        
1. Seeds:        
Maize 35,000 kgs 11905kgs                
Beans 30,000 kgs 8810kgs                
Ground nuts 2000kgs 0                
Rice 10,000 kgs 0                
2. Seedlings/Planting materials:        
Mangoes 120,000 seedlings 100,000 seedlings                
Oranges 120,000 seedlings 52,106                
Cassava 3000 bags 900 bags                
Coffee 640,000 seedlings 640,000                
Banana  100,000 plantlets 0                
Pineeapples 0 0                
3. Support Inputs:        
Fish Feeds 50,000 kgs 0                
Orias fungicide 500 litres 0                
 Fungicides 500 kgs 0                
AI Kit 0 0                
Motorised Spry Pumps 6 0                
Rocket Insecticides 500 litres 0                
DAP Fertilizers 100 bags 0                
UREA Fertilizers 100 bags 0                
NPK Fertilizers 100 bags 0                
         
Eucalyptus 5000 seedlings 2500 trees                
Pine Seedlings 5000 seedlings 2500 trees                
5. Livestock:         
Heifers 35 0                
Chicken 5000 Layers 0                
Piglets 72 0                
Fish fry 120,000 fry 0                
6. Value Addition Equipment:        
Maize mill 0 0                
         
7. A brief description of:         
                     
Challenges:                   
                     
The fall armyworm was areal menace on cereals during the season              
                     
Lessons learnt                  
                     
Lack of s functioning early warning system can be lethal to a ccountry.            
                     
Recommendations                  
                     
Government should strive to put in place an efficient and functioning early warning system so that such calamities as strange pests and diseases can be detected early.
                     
Prepared by     Accounting Officer          
                     
Signature : …………………………………………………… Signature : …………………………………………………      
                     
Name: Sajja Samuel     Name: Kizito Mukasa Fred          
                     
Title: District Production and Marketing Officer   Title: Chief Administrative Officer